LOBO Systems, a global provider of bespoke access platform solutions, recently visited a DHL Distribution Centre in Castle Donnington, UK. The visit aimed to deliver a LOBO Standard Training course and carry out a Directed Build.
DHL is a world-renowned logistics company that operates in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide. With its automated distribution systems, DHL is committed to improving efficiency, reducing costs, and enhancing the customer experience. To help achieve these goals, DHL turned to LOBO Systems for their innovative access solutions.
During the training session and directed build, Chris Meehan, Training Engineer at LOBO, demonstrated the system’s flexibility, safety features, and efficiency. The entire LOBO team also worked closely with the DHL team to ensure the system met their specific requirements. As a result, DHL was pleased with the outcome and provided positive feedback.
“Chris and the team were very thorough and enthusiastic. It is a good way to train our staff in the live environment to see the equipment’s capabilities around our installation!” says DHL’s Sort Maintenance Operations Manager.
The system can be configured to fit any space and is adjustable to fit any height. This versatility ensures that the system can be used for any application, from conveyor access to maintenance work and more. An ideal solution to reduce downtime and labour costs. The LOBO team is thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with DHL and is committed to providing innovative access solutions that meet the specific needs of their clients.